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CWI’s new media lab will provide cutting-edge learning experiences for students while additionally supporting online course development for faculty.
Congratulations to Dan Garrity, an instructor in the Communications and Marketing department and the College's Faculty of Distinction for September 2021.
“CWI empowered me to become a more confident version of myself… Because of CWI, I am ready for the future.”
More than 80 students in five different classes at CWI and Boise State are challenging you to Get RAD to help change the narrative about race.
CWI student, wife, and mother, Tehani Schnupp, hopes in sharing her story she can inspire others to make their next move.
Marketing and Communication students at CWI launch a suicide prevention project called Hope for Idaho.
Congratulations to Luke Yeates, College of Western Idaho’s Faculty of Distinction for April 2020.
Local media professionals share expertise and experience with students during a panel discussion.
Two Media Arts students published in this year's edition of "Censored 2019: Fighting the Fake News Invasion".
Media Club held their first meeting of the semester at the new location on Thursday, Sept. 20.
"Because of CWI, I gained professional skills I will use the rest of my life.”
Students in Michelle Mahoney's Introduction to Mass Media class recently published on Project Censored.
College of Western Idaho to host its annual Program and Career Expo (PACE) on April 13.
Media Arts student, Ky Tucker, recently made the front page of a local sports section!
Shauna Lileks will graduate from College of Western Idaho (CWI) on May 13, 2017. The road to her college degree began two years after her youngest daughter, Charli, was born. Charli was a surprise, born 13 years after Lileks’s other three daughters. Lileks, who was working to start a photography business at the time, found keeping up with a little one again challenging.